Socialite and dancer Zodwa WaBantu is enjoying life after restricted lockdown, the fully booked dancer is experiencing tight performance schedules. On Saturday night Zodwa WaBantu shuts down Rustenburg with raunchy performances leaving the promoters extending performance hours.
Nominated in the top 10 Mzansi top performers list which is dominated by musicians Zodwa WaBantu proved she is a force to reckon with and offers value for money.
Previously we reported that Zodwa Wabantu has addressed kissing strangers at gigs during the covid-19 pandemic.
The entertainer blamed the vibe, excitement of being fully booked again, and doing live performances for “forgetting” that Covid-19 is still rife after kissing random strangers at one of her latest gigs. Zodwa received backlash when a video of her kissing several strangers as part of her act on stage at Hartbeespoort, went viral.
A number of people were concerned the entertainer would catch covid-19. Zodwa admitted that in hindsight she realises she actually endangered herself and others.
“I had too much fun and the kissing thing happened in the spur of the moment. I didn’t give it much thought. The vibe was amazing and I was just happy to be with my people. I’ll admit that at that moment, I forgot about Covid. I got caught up in the moment, I won’t do it again,” Zodwa said.
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